Hi, I just got the Sony KV-32HS420 widescreen tv. It's a 30" widescreen tube tv. Here's the situation. - Watching regular cable tv (not-digital, not hdtv) is fine on my eyes. - Watching dvds causes severe eye strain. - TV has been calibrated with Digital Video Essentials. - DVD Player - Pioneer DV-578A-S connected with component cables. - DVD player is sending out a progressive signal and configured for a widescreen tv. - I have tried watching with a dark room and with some lights on. - I sit about 7 or 8 feet from the tv. The picture looks great, I am guessing maybe the refresh rate of the set is different when it switches to 'dvd' mode? Does the higher resolution alter the refresh rate? Does anyone have any ideas? I've watched a 10 year old Sony 27" (4:3) set in the same room for years with no issues at all. Any ideas or suggestions would be much appreciated. Should I try letting the dvd send out an interlaced signal and then have the set perform 2:3 pulldown? (CineMotion).